The Vermont 75

This New England variation on the famous French 75 kicks this classic up a notch. Begin with 3 ounces of Juniper Green Gin and 1 ounce of lemon juice in a shaker with ice. Add 1/2 teaspoon of maple syrup, or more, to taste. Shake and pour into a highball glass. Top with a dry,…

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The Bulldog Highball

The Moscow Mule, evolved.  Fill a tall glass with ice and add 2 ounces of Juniper Green Gin, and the fresh squeezed juice from half of an organic orange. Top off with ginger beer such as Fever Tree Ginger Beer. Add a dash of bitters, if you’d like, and garnish with a lime wedge…

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The Bloodhound

Start by submerging five or six halved organic strawberries in 500ml of Juniper Green Gin in a sealed glass container. Allow this to infuse for 4-6 days.  When the gin has turned pink and has taken on a distinct strawberry smell, combine 2 ounces of the infused gin, 1 ounce of Cocchi Americano and 1…

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The Gin Daisy

This organic twist on this old-time classic does away with the grenadine, using a house-made pomegranate syrup instead. Historic cocktail enthusiasts will note that this is not much of a departure: modern grenadine is artificially-flavored and colored, but the traditional (and far superior) ingredients are just pomegranate, sugar and water.  To make this delicious syrup,…

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The Historic Caruso

The Caruso is a storied historical cocktail dating back to 1907, but the version of it that survives today hinges on cringe-inducing artificially-flavored liqueur. This version takes us back to a time when mixology was an art and mint was made from, well, mint. Begin by making a mint simple syrup.  To do so, chop…

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